Pick your bean and we’ll grind it just for you.
Grinds available: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Chemex, Espresso, Filter, V60.
Following the journey from plant to cup, our coffee beans are sourced from some of the best coffee farms around the world. With so many beans, grinds, blends and flavours to choose from, we’re obsessed with finding the perfect brew. Buy coffee beans from Neighbourhood Coffee now.
What is the difference between single origin coffee beans and coffee blends?
Single origin coffee beans are exactly what they say on the tin. They come from one place which means a specific country, region, farm, or even an individual field or plot. Coffee blends combine beans from a range of places, often using complementary beans, to ensure that the coffee is available year-round. Blending also produces new flavours or combinations that wouldn;t be available from single origins in isolation.
Bursting with flavour
Rich and aromatic, fruity and fragrant, deep and full bodied or nutty with notes of chocolate. Each coffee has its own distinct flavour depending on the altitude the beans were grown at and where in the world they are from. Certain countries are known for specific flavours so the origin of coffee beans you buy can bring out completely different flavours in your cup of coffee, as can the process used at origin, and the style of roasting and brewing.
From all over the world
We’ve searched the globe for the perfect artisanal coffee beans. Variety is the spice of life and we love a bit of variety when it comes to our coffee. Not only do we source coffee beans from around the world, but we know the farmers by name and love to visit them so we can track the beans from crop to cup. Some of our favourite coffee beans come from Africa, Central America, South America and India.
Roasted in Liverpool
We were the first speciality roastery in Liverpool and all of our coffee beans are roasted right here. That way, we can make sure that each new roast is fresh and full of flavour and returning favourites are just as great as you remember them.
This latest offering from Tanzania hails from the Lunji Estate, a ninety-year old coffee farm nestled in the hills of Mbeya.Tastes like:apple, honeycomb, rhubarb
Complexity:£6.95 – £25.00
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You’ll fall in love with this espresso blend, and there’s enough going on to keep you interested from first sip to last. It’s more complex than our house espresso, more adventurous and it’ll reward a little bit more work on your part.Tastes like:blackberry, cacao, liquorice
Complexity:£6.95 – £24.00
This latest Guatemala from Finca Yulzan is a well-rounded cup of fruity delight. Grown by Pedro Ramirez, it’s perfect for any brew method.Tastes like:cherry, peach, raspberry£7.95 – £29.00
This Colombian is so good however, we reckon you’ll struggle to know it’s a decaf. It’s a mix of three varietals; Caturra, Colombia, and Castillo, and it’s grown by different farmers around the small town of Caldono.Tastes like:black cherry, black forest gateau, toffee, treacle
Complexity:£5.95 – £19.00
This is the third coffee this year from the Trujillo family, and it’s just as delicious as the other two!Tastes like:apple, blackberry, orange zest
Complexity:£7.50 – £27.00
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This is the first Colombian natural we’ve ever roasted, and it’s a beauty! If you like big fruity flavours then you will love this…Tastes like:blueberry, honey, PX sherry, rum & raisin ice cream
Complexity:£8.50 – £32.00